Modern agriculture sees the use of artificial intelligence, blockchain, machine learning, advanced sensors, and so many aspects that were unheard of a few decades ago. The integration of technology with daily agronomic activities may not be the reality across the world today. But, one step at a time, AgriTech players like FarmERP are working towards enabling a change in the agricultural world.
FarmERP has been actively working for ‘Uberization in Agriculture’ that aims at making farming more predictable and profitable for the smallholder farmers. This project focuses on bringing smallholder vegetable growers in Maharashtra and buyers together through a single platform.
Through its next-generation farm management system, FarmERP helps farmers and agribusinesses improve farming by the virtues of sustainability, climate-resilience, and food safety. FarmERP also helps in mapping and tracing the entire agricultural supply chain - from pre-sowing to harvesting, procurement, sales, to traceability.
Through the Uberization Project, FarmERP worked towards making agriculture predictable by determining the right production value, analyzing data correctly, and establishing market linkages. FarmERP’s farm management system assisted in mitigating uncertainty and enhancing productivity for smallholders by tackling issues of climate change, use of fertilizers, nutrition, etc.
‘Uberization of Agriculture’ improves profits as well as self-reliance in business for smallholder farmers, which ultimately leads to improving their socioeconomic status in the industry. Through its AgriTech expertise, FarmERP has made technologies such as AI and data analytics more farmer-friendly to boost agricultural productivity.
FarmERP helped the farmers and agribusinesses in the following ways -